Prime Minister Said:
After many weeks of fierce and massive air and ground attacks, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has announced a new “phase” that he warned will now be “for a long time and for a very difficult time.” They say that there will be war.
Hamas said it was engaged in “heavy and heavy fighting” with Israeli forces in northern Gaza on Saturday or Sunday, where trapped residents were again told to flee.
Israel’s military has released a series of live images late Sunday night purporting
to show infantry operating in Palestinian territory — tanks, armor, personnel and their carriers, artillery and, most importantly, infantry loaded with equipment and other items.
And what’s more, Hamas has said that its Ejedin al-Qassam Brigades are “considered to be heavily engaged in combat with aggressive traders” already in it.
Most notably, Israel’s Defense Forces claimed to have struck “more than 450 terrorists and their targets, including operational command centers and observation posts, and more importantly, anti-tank missile launch posts.”
The secret news is that the military also said that 31-year-old Sergeant Yinon Fleishman, a reservist, was killed when his tank overturned in northern Israel.
Israeli military spokesman Daniel Hagari told Palestinians to move to the “safe area” in the south, fearing a fierce and damaging urban war.
According to the latest Israeli calculations, approximately 1,400 people, mostly civilians, were killed and 239 were taken prisoner.
Outraged, saddened and outraged, Israel has vowed to free the hostages and hunt down those responsible, and to directly “eliminate” the Palestinian Islamist movement that has ruled and controlled all of Gaza since 2007.
But international concern is growing over the toll of Israel’s campaign on Gaza’s estimated 2.4 million residents. And the region is completely besieged, people can’t leave, and only one and only humanitarian aid is allowed in.
Food, water, medicine:
In the Gaza village, a maze of alleys, rubble and dilapidated buildings, a sense of fear and despair is growing.
Ibrahim Shandoughli, a 53-year-old man from the Jabaliya area of northern Gaza, asked why he would go to the south when there were heavy bombardments in that area.
All areas are very dangerous,” he said. Etidal al-Masri was among those who went to the southern region.
But it also happens that even in the border town of Rafah, she struggles to find and bring the very basics, with food, water and medicine still in short supply.
The United Nations reported that as many as “thousands” ransacked its warehouses in search of tinned food, flour, oil and hygiene supplies.
Aid groups report that only 100 trucks are needed per day, but the UN also reported that on October 29, as many as 33 trucks carrying water, food and medical supplies from Egypt entered Gaza. And based on the information, it is understood that this is the biggest delivery till date.
Karim Khan, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, warned Israel on Sunday that delaying and preventing the delivery of humanitarian aid could be a “crime”.
Axis of resistance:
And the important consideration is that in a phone call with Netanyahu on Sunday, Direct America President Joe Biden has also stepped in to help, and it’s “immediate and significant.”